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Land and water are essential resources to sustain human needs, including food security, environmental goods and services maintenance, and all useable energy.
Managing land and water as an integrated system provides a framework to aid society in achieving the goals of improved quality of life, a healthy environment and human equity in an era of global climate change and urban expansion.
This program at UBC offers a degree for resource managers and graduates to address land and water conservation.
The 12-month, professional Master of Land and Water Systems program provides students with an opportunity to obtain science-based skills.
The MLWS degree includes 33 credits of coursework, consisting of 21 credits of required courses plus 12 credits of electives.
Each student must register for LWS 548 (6 credits) and complete a "Major Project".
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The Faculty of Graduate Studies may extend a conditional offer of admission to a highly-qualified graduate applicant who does not quite meet the minimum English language proficiency requirement set by the graduate program to which the student has applied.
The student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program after successfully completing the prescribed terms of study in the ELI Intensive Academic English Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative).
To be eligible for the Condition Admission Program (CAP), the applicant must:
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